Souderton Area Baseball and Softball League is happy to announce our annual winter clinics.
This is a great opportunity for the kids to shake off the winter cobwebs and begin getting prepared for the 2020 spring season.
After receiving feedback from coaches and parents, we will be placing the majority of our focus on pitching fundamentals for all baseball age levels. Softball clinics will have an overall fundamental focus at all age groups.
Please make sure that your ball player is registered for their designated 2020 SABL spring league prior to signing up for the work outs.
Come watch the Iron Pigs take on the Stripers.
SABL is scheduled to return to Coca Cola Park for an exciting afternoon of baseball with the Iron Pigs on May 3rd. This will also include the opportunity for some of the SABL players to be on the field pre-game and for the National Anthem with the Iron Pigs. The
on-field opportunity and tickets are on a first come basis. Stadium seats are $15, Lawn seats are $10.
Contact Kristen Divens: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions
ATTENTION QUICK BALL PARENTS
USA Quick Ball will be holding a regional training session for all Quickball organizations, volunteers, prospective coaches and curious parents, Sunday, March 8th, 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the Wissahickon High School Gymnasium, 521 Houston Road, Ambler, PA 19002.
SABL strongly encourages potential coaches and parents to attend this training session. The implementation of Quickball does not require a parent volunteer to be an expert in baseball and softball. Volunteers at this level is critical for the effective implementation of this wonderful program. Please consider attending this training session.
Below are links to the USA Quickball promotional and informational videos you are able to review.
USA Quickball Video Clips:
It’s no secret that hitting a baseball is up there as one of the most difficult things you can do as a human being. The game makes us suck, especially as hitters. Shoot, we only get 60 ft. to see a little white circle and try to hit it with a round bat somewhere no one can catch it. Oh, and the ball's coming in as fast as 100 mph. Sounds fun! Definitely. Sounds hard, too! Even more so.
Well it’s no wonder why we get so frustrated on a regular basis. Think about it, the best hitters at the highest level of baseball have a mere 30% success rate (.300 BA). I challenge you to find another profession where you wouldn’t get fired after only doing your job successfully 3 out of 10 times...and no one is happy when they don't succeed.
No doubt you've heard all of this before. So what’s that mean for baseball players?